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Changing the Appearance of Diagram Shapes
Figure 2-9:
Experiment
freely with
the Change
Colors and
SmartArt
Styles
gallery
options.
If your Word document, Excel worksheet, or PowerPoint presentation
includes many diagrams, make sure your diagrams are consistent in
appearance. Choose similar colors for diagrams. If you like 3-D diagrams, make the
majority of your diagrams 3-D. Don’t let the diagrams overwhelm the ideas
they are meant to express. The point is to present ideas in diagrams, not
turn your work into a SmartArt diagram showcase.
Changing the Appearance of Diagram Shapes
To call attention to one part of a diagram, you can change the appearance of
a shape and make it stand out. Any part of a diagram that is different from
the other parts naturally gets more attention. To change the appearance
of a shape, consider changing its size or color, exchanging one shape for
another, or changing the font and font size of the text. These topics are
covered in the following pages.
Book VIII
Chapter 2
Changing the size of a diagram shape
A shape that is larger than other shapes in a diagram gets the attention of
the audience. Select your shape and use one of these techniques to enlarge
or shrink it:
On the (SmartArt Tools) Format tab, click the Larger or Smaller button
as many times as necessary to make the shape the right size.
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